Another exciting month at SCT - and that's no April Fool's joke. This month, we’re looking up. Spring Drama School Classes have begun and Summer is fast approaching. While we prepare to gather, play and create in person, we’re getting excited for all the fun that is to come.
Read on to learn about all the fun things happening at SCT! And we want to hear from YOU - what’s your favorite knock-knock joke? Tell us in the comments here and maybe you’ll get a special shout out on our social channels!
SUMMER @ SCT ON SALE APRIL 14
This summer, SCT is here to meet your family wherever you are. With virtual classes to spark action and creativity, and in-person offerings ready to safely play in shared space, SCT’s Summer Drama School Camps & Classes are back and better than ever! Save the date - registration opens for June classes on April 14th.
Questions about in-person learning at SCT? Check out our FAQ and health guidelines. Payment Plans and need-based scholarships are available - click here to learn more.
SPEND YOUR SPRING BREAK WITH SCT
Now’s your chance to channel your inner comedian. SCT Spring Break Camps are running from April 12-16. Meeting once a day for a week during Spring Break, these camps are the perfect opportunity to infuse creativity and inspire your student. Explore class titles like Improv, Treasure Trunk Theatre, Triple Threat - The Prom, and more!
TYA Spotlight: SCT’s Director of Education, to Direct First Production in New Virtual Short Series
SCT's very own Johamy Morales, Director of Education, will be directing the first in a series of Milwaukee First Stage's newly announced Amplify - First Stage's BIPOC Virtual Short Play Series, which will be developed and produced throughout Spring 2021. Johamy will be directing COPPER HORNS IN WATER by Ty Defoe.
WORK WITH SCT!
Interested in joining SCT's staff and faculty? We are currently hiring for the following positions:
Teaching Artist - American Sign Language Specialist: This position will craft theatre-based curriculum and provide professional instruction for students who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Children of Deaf Adults. Instructional topics are within the wide variety of Theatre Arts educational opportunities SCT provides, including Arts-Based Learning workshops, Community Engagement workshops/residencies, and Drama School classes and camps.
Director of Production: The Director of Production is responsible for the realization of SCT’s artistic vision, set by the Artistic Director. This role leads all production related activities at SCT including but not limited to; design and rehearsal phase, running of shows, building of productions, sending SCT’s physical productions out, receiving touring productions, as well as partnering closely with the Artistic Director on commissions and workshops.